Takisoba Restaurant at Otowa

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1839-1892

Tokyo Restaurants and Their Very Beautiful Dishes: The Takisoba Restaurant at Otowa
(Tokyo ryori sukoburu beppin: Takisoba, Otowa)

signed oju Yoshitoshi hitsu, kyogo (with the assistance of) Toshimaro, with censor and date seal Hitsuji-kyu, aratame (year of the goat [1871], 9th lunar month)

oban tate-e 14 by 9 5/8 in., 35.6 by 24.4 cm

The beauties are Kan of the Takasagoya (standing), and Kanekichi of Taki-?.

References:
Keyes 1983, p. 394, no. 274.13
Philadelphia Museum of Art, accession no. 1978-129-211

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